Lot 41: A BIDJAR RUG, NORTHWEST PERSIA |
November 1, 2016
London, United KingdomLive Auction
Description: wool, pile
217cm left hand side, 214cm right hand side, 135cm the top, 143cm the bottom. Pile generally even 4 - 6mm overall. Upper right hand borders with scattered repairs and a re-woven section to the top right measuring approx 3cm width. There are other scattered repairs within the field and border generally, these can only be seen from the back. The bottom right corner replaced. The flatweave at the lower end is overlocked and without fringe, the top end minor losses, overlocked and with fringe. Original overcast salmon sidecords with later section in different colours (pale pink and orange). Overall a robust rug, with plenty of life, ready to use.
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Dimensions: approximately 217 by 143cm; 7ft. 1in., 4ft. 8in.
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